In my opinion to sincerely stop paying income taxes, first you would need to stop using the federal government's services. The primary and yet most subtle product being use of the dollar. So long as play you have to pay. Years ago I read about an attorney who over time converted his mode of income to gold which he used to make his major purchases (house, car, etc) all while documenting his activity to the hilt. At the same time removed himself from social security etc. By separating himself from the system with it's compelled behaviors he was allegedly able to make a distinction in court between natural US citizen and subject of Maritime federal jurisdiction.
This topic I raise above is really theoretical law and most likely will land you in jail. A guy named Howard Freeman claimed to have successfully argued his willful exemption from federal income taxes. But I think anyone preparing to battle the IRS in court must realize the expense and high likelihood of failure and or prison time. If someone is prepared to go to jail while exploring these legal dimensions then that person is at least being realistic with themselves.
There are less adventurous options to not pay taxes.
For example, make less than 20,000 a year. No need to even file.
Move out of the country. Well, I'm just saying.
Be a tax evader. Probably want to limit your paper trail and limit your seizable assets.
Setup an offshore corporation and borrow money from yourself. There is some up front expense to this, but it can work.
Yeah. That, or actually stop the fraud that's creating the presumptive and erroneous evidence that you are among those upon whom Congress has imposed the tax.
Using a currency does not in any way equate to an obligation to pay taxes.
Making less than $20,000 or whatever the "poverty" level is does nothing but make you poor. Hell, the IRS even says "file anyway" to receive some sort of benefit. Your private payer is STILL lying about the nature of the activity which resulted in them paying you.
You could move out of the country, but most likely you'll encounter the same fraud elsewhere. The only difference is that the U.S. is the ONLY country in the world that was founded on the recognition of unalienable rights.
You could simply evade taxes, but then you'd be a criminal. If you believe you owe and don't pay, you're a criminal. If you believe you don't owe and avoid, you're technically only a criminal if they can prove you had a willful intent to avoid filing or took steps to avoid paying. Same goes for the corporate angle. None of this stops the presumption of evidence being submitted by 3rd parties who are LYING about the nature of your income.
Or, you could read the book and get an education.